Thursday, November 28, 2013

Guico Lauds Staff on winning “Statistics Trophy”

By Mortz C. Ortigoza
BINALONAN FETED: Binalonan Mayor Ramon Guico III (brown polo) received recently the No. 3 award from Pangasinan Governor Amado T. Espino, Jr in the 1st and 2nd Classes Category of the “Most Statistically Developed LGU”. MORTZ C. ORTIGOZA
BINALONAN – The mayor of this local government unit (LGU) hailed his department heads and personnel after his robust town was feted for the “Most Statistically Developed LGU” given by Governor Amado T. Espino in November.
Mayor Ramon Guico III said the search committee commissioned by the province took notice about the dedication of his subordinates in using statistics in their official functions since he became mayor here.
“Nagpapasalamat ako sa staff namin naka buo ng magandang statistics para sa bayan which are actually use for the operation of my town like the day- to- day activities, flood and other calamities,” he stressed.
In the first and second class towns category, the Provincial Steering Committee of the National Statistics Month (NSM) awarded Mangaldan, San Nicolas, and this town the first, second, and third class awards prize, respectively.
Guico said this town and the entire first and second class towns in Pangasinan were unaware that the provincial government started to evaluate them for the most statistically developed LGU after the provincial government topped the other three provinces in Region 1 in the statistics trophy contest in October this year.
He said with Mangaldan as the topnotch this year, this town has now a benchmark for the race in the next evaluation by the NSM.
“So lalo pa ngayon naming papalakasin, papa-igtingin ang aming pagamit ng statistics upang lalo pa kaming mapabuti,” Guico quipped.
Benita M. Pizarro, chair for the search committee said this town received P10,000 and a trophy while the municipalities of  Mangaldan and San Nicolas  received P20,000 and P10,000, respectively, and trophies.
Gov. Espino said he launched the search to intensify the promotion of awareness and appreciation of the value and importance of statistics to the different sectors of society as well as elicit cooperation and support of the public in upgrading the quality and standards of statistics.

In the city category, the first, second, and third place went to Alaminos City, San Carlos City, and Urdaneta City. In  3rd to 5th Class Municipalities, the first, second, and third place went to Baustista, Sison, and Dasol.

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